Introduction: Emotions and Justice
The articles in this collection all assume that emotions are an essential foundation for justice. Within this broad framework, many different possibilities are explored. These range from the role of empathic emotions to the role played by a desire for vengeance. They involve the examination of emotional responses to injustice in different cultures. And they include an exploration of the different sorts of selves that are possible and how one of these may be the self of a just person. © 1989 Plenum Publishing Corporation.
Social Justice Research
anger, emotion, empathy, guilt, justice, self, sympathy
de Rivera, Joseph, "Introduction: Emotions and Justice" (1989). International Development, Community, and Environment. 538.